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Outrage is growing over Russia’s bombing of a maternity hospital in Ukraine.  It’s now being reported a child and two adults died, along with the 17 others injured.  The strike buried patients under the rubble.  Despite this, U.S. and NATO officials are still against a no-fly zone over the country.  They say the goal is to end the fighting, not make it worse.  They claim the potential fallout could create a bigger war if troops have to shoot down Russian planes.

More Companies Pull Out Of Russia In Response To Ukraine Invasion – Days after major U.S. corporations announced plans to pull products from Russia due to their invasion of Ukraine, two big video game companies are following suit. Sony and Nintendo announced they’ve suspended deliveries of their gaming consoles and paused game sales. Other companies that are also putting the brakes on Russian dealings include Caterpillar, 3M, John Deere, and Honeywell. Japanese construction machinery supplier Hitachi is also pulling out, except for supplying vital services.

The U.S. Energy Secretary is urging oil companies to increase their output. 

February inflation figures come out today and analysts expect soaring costs to be even higher. 

A Texas appeals court is siding with the parents of a transgender teen who sued over a new order.

The Centre County Coroner’s Office was called to the scene of a crash on Wednesday night in Boalsburg. Dispatches indicated a vehicle struck a pedestrian at about 8:30 p.m. on Boal Avenue near the Old Boalsburg Road intersection.

Police investigating hit and run at State College Walmart.

A Penn State alumnus and his wife have pledged $3.2 million to create new gardens at the Arboretum and a scholarship for undergraduate students studying natural sciences.

Sports

Penn State Men’s Basketball: Nittany Lions Advance in Big Ten Tournament with 60-51 Win over Minnesota.

Penn State women’s lacrosse took down No. 21 James Madison 14-10 in their home opener on Wednesday afternoon 

The Penn State Nittany Lions, under the guidance of head coach Cael Sanderson, will be sending nine wrestlers to the 2022 NCAA Wresting Championships on March 17-19 in Detroit, Mich. Penn State will have four No. 1 seeds at the event.

MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred has announced that regular season games have been “postponed until April 14th.” That’s two weeks of the regular season gone for those scoring at home.

Congratulations are in order for Tiger Woods. He was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame yesterday. His entire family was on hand for the ceremony. Tiger’s daughter, Sam, introduced him while the rest of the family – his son, Charlie, his mother, Kultida Woods, and longtime girlfriend, Erica Herman – looked on.

Antonio Brown Says He and Ye Are “Extremely Serious” About Buying The Denver Broncos.